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Radstock Academy Church Planter Training in Session!

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Brian Jose reports on the Radstock Academy church planter training taking place this month in Durres Albania.   “I have been dreaming about this moment for 13 years.”   Church planter and pastor Alan Giles (pictured top left) from Radstock network church Ekklesia HD in Apple ...

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Tags: church planter training, radstock academy

What is the Radstock Mission Manual?

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Glimpses into the Radstock Mission Manual This series of blog posts will offer a taster of the ethos of Radstock Ministries, introducing different aspects of the Mission Manual. Member churches receive the complete Manual and it can be purchased at Round Table events or from members of the ...

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Tags: mission manual

An Enemy of Global Mission: 3. Being Strong

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Read the third article in the mini-series of Enemies of Global Mission. Desiring God’s website recently posted an article by Nik Ripken called What’s Wrong with Western Missionaries. You can read it here:  http://www.desiringgod.org/articles/what-s-wrong-with-we...

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Tags: strength, vulnerable, weakness

An Enemy of Global Mission: 2. Building Programs

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By Brian Jose, Radstock's Executive Director Last year I had a great two-hour visit with a pastor and a missions advocate in a church, thanking them their continuing support of our work over a decade. They were excited about converting a facility they had just bought into a church and ...

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Tags: budget, support, finance for mission

An Enemy of Global Mission: 1. Strong Management

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By Brian Jose, Radstock's Executive Director I know. I get it. We want excellence and good leadership. Heck, I’m was even talking last week to a strategic planning consultant. But I’m aware of the dangers — that I can over-manage our mission into irrelevance. Tim ...

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Tags: coaching, mission strategy, mobilize workers, moblise workers

Europe’s Backdoor for Drugs, Sex Trafficking, Jihadism—and the Gospel

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Brian Jose, Radstock's Executive Director, writes on Albania - Europe's Backdoor for Drugs, Sex Trafficking, Jihadism - and the Gospel on the Gospel Coalition's website.  Read ...

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Tags: albania

NEW BLOGGER! Introducing "Rudina Writes"

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We're thrilled to introduce Rudina Bakalli -- magazine editor, blogger, career consultant, CRU staff member, evangelist, wife, mother, televison contributor, dog walker, and more.  Rudina and her family live in central Tirana, the capital of her native Albania.  Look for her posts under ...

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Tags: albania, rudina writes, rudina bakalli

After the Flood -- Sukth, Albania

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“We have captured the situation.”  Franceska, the first believer in Sukth village, used this Albanian expression about the aftermath of the recent flood. The fine mud left everywhere -- in houses, ovens, the motors of washing machines and refrigerators, on clothes and bedding -- ...

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Tags: albania, flood, sukth, giving, prayer

Video Update: Church Planting in Morava, Albania

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Watch this video to hear Andrea's heart for reaching the Roma people of the village of Morava in Albania. Many of the villagers can't read or write.  The growth of their faith is "interrupted." or slow because of this.  Can you help reach the youth and families of Morava?  Will you ...

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Tags: albania, church planting

Seizing Opportunity in Myanmar

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Police reprisals, blocked email accounts, restrictions on churches, huge “closed to foreigners” regions. That was the Myanmar (aka Burma) I visited five years ago. The church was working hard, but the government was forcing them to drag a ball and chain around. I met one Radstock ...

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